User Review: Bibler I-Tent
Design: Four Season, single skin, freestanding
Ease of Setup: Quick and simple, even solo in huge winds
Weight: 2kg Dry 3kg+ wet
Price Paid: $AUD 900
Got stuck out on exposed plateau and had to set up. Tent design was quick and easy to set up solo, kept me dry and safe through monstrous winds, hail and rain that came in every direction. Some condensation, but it was extremely cold and very wet out, so I'll put up with that - nothing a towel doesn't fix.
Bibler is a bit cheap with crappy guy rope (not enough of it, and a nice stealth black that I always trip over), stingy with stakes - not enough to stake out fully, and crappy stuffsack.
Be very careful if you have gear inside your tent that when it flaps (and it does and is just as annoying as a second layer of fabric despite Bibler's claims) that it don't poke a hole through the fabric. Attached (optional) vestible is pretty much useless in windy situations. It acts handily as a large parachute, and will happily fly away at the least provocation.
Overall, very happy with the tent, saved my arse!